Raipur2 hours ago
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With the onset of the festive season, SMSs are being issued in bulk for the purchase and sale of land and houses in the city. In these messages, people are being offered land and houses in posh colonies at low cost. Chhattisgarh RERA has started identifying all such SMS. So far more than a dozen such SMS have been identified. According to the rules of RERA, no builder or colonizer can send such messages without RERA registration number.
Now preparations have been made to take strict action against those who send such SMS. Along with sending notice to them, legal action will also be taken against them. RERA has appealed to the people not to buy or sell in any such project which is not registered with RERA. A builder is given registration in RERA only after checking all the documents. After getting the registration number, it becomes clear that the builder’s projects are being built on valid land as per the rules.
It is completely safe to invest in such projects. Last year also, action was taken against those who bought and sold land and houses without registration number. Officials say that this year the real estate business is getting better due to the normalcy. Taking advantage of this, illegal plotting people are also luring people to sell their houses and land. They also sell illegal land by promising to give them land and houses at a low price. This is the reason why such people are being monitored from the beginning this year. More such cases in the outer: After examining the offers which are reaching the people during the festival time, it was found that such properties are more in the outer. Real estate agents are also selling land to people in villages adjoining the city. He is being assured that soon such areas will be included in the corporation limits. Therefore, investing now will be of great benefit in the future. Despite not being registered with the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), people are falling in this trap and making huge investments.
3 years imprisonment for crime
If the rules of RERA are not followed, there is a provision of direct action against such people. RERA can impose a fine of up to 10 per cent of the cost of the scheme on the defaulters. Apart from this, there is also a provision of imprisonment of three years in such cases in case of FIR in the RERA Act. According to RERA, due to the Act, it is also certain that people will be able to easily trust those builders who will be registered in RERA.